VP Shettima Lauds Oyebanji’s Leadership Style 🎊 The Scoper Media

….Says Ekiti has never had it so good

Vice President Kashim Shettima has hailed the exemplary leadership of Ekiti State Governor, Mr Biodun Oyebanji.

Shettima who was in Ado- Ekiti, the state capital on Thursday to launch the third edition of the MSMEs clinic, and commission a road project, said Ekiti has never had it so good.

The Vice President who described Oyebanji as a committed leader said the Governor has been able to bring prominent figures from the state together for the good of the state.

“For you in Ekiti, you have never had it so good,” the Vice President said.

“As Martin Luther King rightly said, we either learn to live together as brothers or perish together as fools. I am quite delighted, the crème de la crème of Ekiti have aligned themselves with the governor for the greater good of Ekiti state.”

The Vice President who went round Ado- Ekiti to commission a road project, visit the Ewi’s palace and the Adire Ekiti Hub, said he observed how much love and admiration the people of the state have for Oyebanji. He said President Bola Tinubu holds the Governor in highest esteem, adding that the Presidency is going to stand by him.

The Vice President also thanked Opeyemi Bamidele, the Senate Majority Leader representing Ekiti Central and Dele Alake, the Minister of Solid Minerals who accompanied him on the visit to the State.

At the launching of the MSMEs clinic, Shettima announced the Federal Government plans to establish an Information Communication Technology (ICT) hub in Ekiti State in addition to the newly inaugurated MSME Clinics Garment Hub in a bid to further enhance economic growth in the state.

The Vice President revealed that the new ICT hub was in honour of the request made by Oyebanji for the creation of an ICT hub during his last visit to the Presidential Villa in Abuja.

Speaking about the MSME Clinics, the Vice President said the initiative was part of the Federal Government’s efforts at resuscitating the country’s economy and promoting an economically friendly environment, in fulfillment of President Tinubu’s electioneering promises.

He also disclosed that the President had also approved the payment of 150,000 naira grant to 365 outstanding beneficiaries of the MSMEs at the Ekiti Fashion and Garment hub.

Oyebanji had thanked President Tinubu for his keen interest in the development of Ekiti State as demonstrated in the President’s constant support for his administration’s development efforts.